Ryan Miskulin to join Medford Dental C
linic Dr. Ryan Miskulin will be joining the Medford Dental Clinic in October.
After graduating from Medford Area Senior High in 2008, Miskulin attended Marquette University in Milwaukee and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical sciences with a theology minor in 2012, graduating summa cum laude. He continued at Marquette University by attending the School of Dentistry. In 2016, he graduated summa cum laude with his degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. Throughout his time in dental school, he was able to participate in an oral surgery honors course, which peaked his interest in hospital dentistry. He was accepted into a general practice residency at the University of Minnesota Medical Center where he treated patients with medically compromised conditions and special needs. In June 2017, he graduated from the general practice residency and has done over four years of private practice in small towns in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Miskulin is committed to providing exceptional and comprehensive dental care to all of his patients. He emphasizes patient-centered care and enjoys working with all of the specialties in dentistry so his patients can receive the best care possible. His Christian faith motivates him to strive for excellence, in bringing glory to God by serving others. Additionally, he is a member of the American Dental Association, the Wisconsin Dental Association, and the local dental study club so he can make sure his patients receive the most up to date dental care.
Outside the dental clinic, Miskulin enjoys spending time outdoors hunting and fishing. He also enjoys spending time playing ultimate frisbee and basketball, running, hiking, biking, and traveling. When he is not spending time outdoors, you can find him playing his guitar and trumpet, cheering on the Packers and Marquette Golden Eagles, and volunteering with the Knights of Columbus.
Miskulin has a strong family dental background with his two brothers, sister and father all being dentists.
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